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    I thought this was an interesting warning label on my phone. Since phones keep getting thinner and thinner, it becomes much easier to break them. I work construction and I see it happen a lot. A guy will get a new phone and stick it in his pocket, like he did with his last phone. At lunch he pulls it out and the screen is cracked.

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    Construction is one of those businesses where it wouldn't hurt to have a work phone and a personal phone. Let the work phone get beat up. Save the personal phone for impressing the ladies. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Figure 8 Dash View Post
    Save the personal phone for impressing the ladies. ;)
    This gave me a big chuckle
    webOS Refugee. Now a Windows Phone 7 (HTC Arrive) refugee and an Android escapee (evo 3d) back on my original Pre for now. Looking forward to a killer device on ATT so I can dump Sprint and get back into the WP7.5 world.

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